This community includes research materials created by Rhodes College faculty and students in the Art & Art History department. The largest collection in this community is a group of approximately 1,000 digital images documenting archaeological sites in Greece and Turkey, taken in May-June 2011 by Dr. Francesca Tronchin.
All materials in this collection are copyrighted by Rhodes College and subject to Title 17 of the U.S. Code. This documentation is provided for online research and access purposes only. Permission to use, copy, modify, distribute and present this material, without fee, and without written agreement, is hereby granted for educational, non-commercial purposes only. The Rhodes College Archives reserves the right to decide what constitutes educational and commercial use. In all instances of use, acknowledgement must be given to Rhodes College Archives and Special Collections, Memphis, TN. For information regarding permission to publish this material, please email the Archives at email@example.com.
Collections in this community
Collection of approximately 1,000 digital images documenting archaeological sites and museums in Greece and Turkey taken in May-June 2011 by Dr. Francesca Tronchin.
This collection includes preparatory drawings, tracings, color studies, and collage components that went into the design of the 2018 Memphis in May poster featuring the Czech Republic.
This collection includes materials presented by Hope Hudson '18 as part of the inauguration of Dr. Marjorie Haas in January 2018.
Modeling the Minoans in Maya: Digital Reconstruction of Ancient Structures was a student research project led by Kathryn Clark '20 and Baobao Wang '18 and supervised by Dr. Miriam Clinton and Professor Darren Floyd. This collection includes the materials they presented at the Rhodes College Undergraduate Research and Creative Activity Symposium (URCAS) in 2017.
This collection includes images of research and field work led in Crete during summer 2016. The trip was led by Dr. Miriam Clinton.
This collection includes images documenting Professor Erin Harmon's set design for Ballet Memphis's 2014 Production of their original dance series titled "The River Project." Harmon's set was designed for a piece titled "Flyway" that was choreographed by Steven McMahon. This collection includes scans of preliminary sketches and collages, as well as photographs of the set models.